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AFA Journal: Hi-tech tools for mining God's gold
Every January, it becomes practically impossible to find a parking space at the gym. Gym regulars take it in stride, knowing that the parking lot will be back to normal in a few days.
Church Mag: The New Logos 5
Recently Logos Bible Software unleashed the hotly anticipated version 5 of their critically-acclaimed Bible study software. And of course, it’s just in time for the holidays!
Church Tech Today: Study the Bible Across Any Digital Device with Logos Bible Software 5
Logos Bible Software has released Logos 5, a set of smart, precise tools and features, extensive, customizable libraries and powerful ways to share the faith. Students of the Bible can explore the Scriptures with advanced searches, personalize their libraries by adding to Logos 5’s base packages, and connect with each other and the Word through the Logos ecosystem, which includes the Faithlife social network’s shared reading plans, notes and prayer requests.
Revel in the Rubble: Addicted to Logos 5
‘Tis the season when time for reveling in the rubble is scarce, not just for me, but for all of us. Life is busy! And that’s the main reason I’m motivated to tell you aboutLogos 5, the newest version of Logos Bible Software released just a couple of weeks ago.
The Washington Times: Improved medium for a timeless message
Even in a nation where 1 in 5 people, reportedly, claim no spiritual affiliation whatsoever, the Bible and its words continue to have an impact in the lives of millions — and on the society in which they live.
Religious Product News: Making Your Church a Powerful High-Tech Beacon of Light
Presentation is everything. You can have the greatest message in the world, but, if you don't know how to present it, its power will be lost — forever.
The Christian Post: Logos 5 Enhances the Study of Scripture for All Believers
Logos Bible Software has launched Logos 5, an application with a new set of tools, features and customizable libraries that encourage and help Christians to share their faith.
The Christian Post: Lauren Chandler on Matt Chandler's Brain Tumor, Miscarriages and Her New Album
Lauren Chandler is the wife of Matt Chandler, the pastor of The Village Church in Texas, and a mother of three. She is also a passionate songwriter and worship singer who released a six-song album this past summer.
The Bellingham Herald: Bible software company Logos helps spark Bellingham's downtown revival
At different crossroads during the past three decades, city officials have had to grapple with a dying downtown district. It's quite unlikely that they could have predicted a Bible software company would be one of its saviors.
The Christian Post: Pastor's Wife: 'Helper' Is a Position of Strength, Not Inferiority
Renewal Ministries Executive Vice President Jani Ortlund urged wives at the Defined by God conference not to begrudge their biblical role as a helper to their husbands.
The Christian Post: Ministry Is a Lonely Job, Says Pastor's Wife
Ministry can be an incredibly lonesome job and pastors' wives are especially vulnerable, said Lori Wilhite, founder of the online Christian women forum Leading and Loving It.
The Christian Post: Pastor's Wife: God Was Faithful When Sexual Affairs Destroyed My Marriage
Kimberly Scott, women's care pastor at Grace Church San Diego, told the attendees at the Defined by God pastors' wives conference that personal experience has taught her that God can restore you even when your life takes an unexpected turn.
The Christian Post: Pastors’ Wives Seek Support, Fellowship at Defined by God Conference
Pastors' wives are attending a conference in California for a chance to escape the pressures of their position and find support and fellowship.
The Herald: Goodbye bulky books, hello new Bible software
Linda Haveman, dean of academics and assessment at Cornerstone University’s PGS program, believes that Logos Bible Software will equip students with just the resources they need. “Instead of having tons of concordances on your bookshelf, you can have them all electronically,” Haveman said. “You’ll have the resources at your fingertips.”PGS will now be offering Logos Leader’s Library Package as part of its Bachelor of Science in Ministry Leadership program.
Church Tech Today: Logos Bible Software Releases Big iOS and Android App Update
In a move to make the Bible even easier to study on digital devices, Logos Bible Software has announced a big update for all iOS and Android devices. The Logos iOS Bible app 3.0 and Android 2.0 are designed with a fresher interface, more intuitive navigation, and features dedicated to better Bible study.
Christian Computing Magazine: Logos Brings Parity Between Android and iOS Bible Apps
This month Logos released a major update to their mobile Bible apps for Android. The development of their Android apps continued to lag behind the features of their iOS apps, frustrating those of us who used the apps on our Android phones and tablets. Thankfully, that all changed, as Logos released the new versions.
CBN News: Tim Keller Sermons to Be Published in Digital Archive
BELLINGHAM, Wash., July 9, 2012 — A two-decade span of digital archives from author and pastor Tim Keller's sermons is being made available for the first time ever by Logos Bible Software. Keller is pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, known as "one of Manhattan's most vital congregations."
The Bellingham Herald: Bellingham-based Logos launches world's largest study Bible
BELLINGHAM, Wash., July 3, 2012 – Logos Bible Software has introduced what it says is the world's largest, most comprehensive and interactive study Bible. The all-digital Faithlife Study Bible contains more than 2.2 million words including notes and texts. It comes with the Lexham English Bible and its dictionary, photos, videos, graphics, layers of study notes and allows the user to choose from several popular Bible translations.
The Christian Post: Theologian: Young Evangelicals Want to Rethink What It Means to Be Evangelical
CHICAGO, June 26, 2012 – Theologian Peter Enns believes that some – mostly young, evangelical Christians today – want to rethink what it means to be evangelical but the movement's leaders are resistant to talking about the issues for fear of repercussions.culture' includes personal salvation, but it includes so much more," McKnight said in an interview with The Christian Post. "People within evangelicalism desperately want to question the very foundations that made evangelicalism what it is, which is, basically, defending the faith, defending the Bible against the bad guys," Enns told The Christian Post in an interview at the Pastorum Live Conference hosted by Logos Bible Software earlier this month.
The Christian Post: Evangelicals Should Be Gospel Centered, Not Salvation Centered, Theologian Says
CHICAGO, June 14, 2012 – Evangelical Christianity has been shaped by a "salvation culture," but should strive for a "Gospel culture," says Dr. Scot McKnight, professor of religious studies at Northern Seminary. "The Gospel of salvation has produced what I call a 'salvation culture' – a culture marked by who's in and who's out. So a very strong sense of 'we are the in group and others are the out group.' ... A 'Gospel culture' is a culture shaped by following Jesus, by living under Jesus as King. A 'Gospel culture' includes personal salvation, but it includes so much more," McKnight said in an interview with The Christian Post.
The Christian Post: Theologian: Christians Should Ground Themselves in Scripture, Not Fads
CHICAGO, June 8, 2012 – Christians need to recognize the primacy of Scripture in their lives and not be drawn to fads, a theologian told CP at the Pastorum Live conference this week.
The Christian Post: Scholars Give Old Testament Study Tips at Pastorum Conference
CHICAGO, June 6, 2012 – Biblical scholars speaking at the Pastorum Live conference Tuesday shared tips on studying the Old Testament, hoping to make it a less daunting task for pastors and the everyday Christian. Understanding Scripture involves the consideration of two things: the cultural worldview of the author and the structure of biblical text.
The Christian Post: Pastorum Live Conference Explores How Christians Fit in Bible's Grand Narrative
Participants of the Pastorum Live conference held June 5-6 in Chicago will have the opportunity to learn from some of the nation's top biblical scholars how they as Christians fit within the Bible's grand narrative.
The Washington Times: From Bill Gates to Thomas Aquinas: Bible software company spreads the Word
Logos Bible Software might seem an odd company to bring the previously untranslated works of Thomas Aquinas to the masses. Indeed, it might seem an odd company to bring us holy books, period. Then again, perhaps it is only fitting that in the quest to bring ancient religious writings into the modern digital age, Bill Gates‘ progeny shall lead us.
Columbia International University: Popular Bible Software Adds Books by CIU Professors
Logos Bible Software, used by over 55,000 pastors, Bible teachers, and students now features two complementary textbooks written by two Columbia International University professors.
The Christian Post CP Blogs: A Guide to Waging War through Prayer
Forget the pastoral settings for prayer cast with rolling meadows and fragrant flowers. National Day of Prayer Task Force Vice Chair John Bornschein unveils prayer for what it really is—a powerful weapon to be wielded in spiritual warfare. His new digital book The Front Line: A Prayer Warrior’s Guide to Spiritual Battle is riddled with wartime imagery and anecdotes in a crusade to shake Americans out of the trenches and onto the front line of battle—against the destructive forces dismantling our nation.
The Seattle Times: Bible as software presents the word from every angle
Bellingham, a city hardly known as a center for religion, is headquarters to the world's leading producer of Bible software. In starting Logos Bible Software — which had sales last year of more than $35 million — two one-time Microsofties decided to combine their passions for the Bible and computer programming.
Macworld: Read your favorite Christian ebooks with one-touch Bible references
The Vyrso app brings thousands of ebooks to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Enjoy features like one-touch Bible references--simply tap the Bible reference in the ebook and the Bible text is presented within your reading experience.
Church Tech Today: Vyrso Christian eBook iPhone/Android Reader Launches
Vyrso: Christian Ebooks makes thousands of titles accessible on the go through ereader apps for the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android-enabled devices, as well as Mac and Windows platforms. Vyrso lets you pull up Bible verses on your screen with a single tap of a reference.
Bellingham KOMO News: Logos Bible Software Philly cheesesteak party sets world record
Remember that Philly Cheesesteak truck that made the voyage up to Bellingham about a week and a half ago? For one day only, the Philly Boys Cheesesteak truck was in town from Seattle to serve up melty goodness to hungry Bellingham residents after persistent urging from some of the folks over at Logos Bible Software.
Bellingham Herald: Philly Boys Cheesesteaks visit Logos
Customers line up at the Philly Boys Cheesesteaks trailer across from Logos Bible Software in downtown Bellingham during lunch time Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012. Logos asked the cheesesteak trailer to come to Bellingham.
Bellingham KOMO News: Spotted in Bellingham: Cheesesteak love
At 11 this morning, as promised, Philly Boys Cheesesteak arrived in Bellingham to serve up some delicious sandwiches to hungry Bellingham diners. And it appears a lot of you were ready for them. Some people waited in line for close to two hours to get a taste of that cheesey-goodness.
The News Tribune: Philly cheesesteak fans line up for sandwiches in Bellingham
They withstood rain, cold and long waits, and they did it all for the love of a good sandwich. Hundreds of people showed up at the Logos Bible Software parking lot at lunchtime Tuesday, Jan. 31, with hopes of getting a sandwich from the Philly Boys Cheesesteaks truck.
Bellingham Herald: Brick-slinger caught on video confesses to breaking door at Logos Bible Software in Bellingham
There are no free lunches, unless you're the vandal who threw a cinder block through a glass door at Logos Bible Software early Tuesday, Jan. 24. The 22-year-old brick-slinger was caught on Logos security footage throwing the block through a glass side door, after he missed on his first attempt.
Bellingham KOMO News: Bellingham man apologizes for throwing cinder block through window of Logos Bible Software
An early Tuesday morning act of vandalism wasn't the best way to kick off the week for Logos Bible Software, but a confession from the young man responsible for smashing one of the business’ windows has ended the week on a bright note--for all those involved. On Tuesday morning, Logos Bible Software blogger, Jayson Bradley, joked on the company’s site about the act of vandalism, which was caught by the company’s surveillance camera.
Q13 Fox News Seattle: Video: Vandal attempts to throw cinder block through window of Bible software firm
Early Tuesday morning, a vandal hurled a cinder block through a glass door at a customer service center for the bible software company Logos. Unfortunately for the brick-tosser, his first attempt at damaging the door failed. It took him a second try to bust the glass.
Bellingham Komo News: Vandal throws cinder block through window of local customer service center
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. That appears to be the motto of this Bellingham vandal, who after his first attempt to break the window of Logos Bible Software's Customer Service Center failed, tried again, successfully breaking the window with his second throw.
The Washington Times: GoodSync, Good Book, good software
"Logos 4 Mac, the Macintosh implementation of the justifiably renowned Logos Bible Software, was officially released Oct. 1, and the final product seems well worth the wait."
MacTech:Logos Bible Software launches Logos 4 for Mac OS X
"Logos Bible Software has released Logos Bible Software for Mac 4.0, an update to their Logos Bible software."
Founders Ministries Blog: Logos 4 Mac
"The long wait for the fully-functional Logos 4 Mac is finally here....It is easy to use and backed by extremely helpful customer service staff."
Trends Updates: Digital Publisher Takes Up 44 Volume Reference Work
"[Logos] has taken the unprecedented step of developing a 44-volume reference work specifically for digital publication."
The Washington Times - Library in your pocket
"[Logos Bible Software] ...is in the process of launching Logos Bible Software 4, and it's revolutionary both in concept and execution."
The Bellingham Herald - Bellingham-based Logos launches new software, iPhone app
"Bellingham-based Logos Bible Software has announced the release of two products: Logos 4 and a free iPhone application."
Logos Readies Bible for Mac
"That even in this stage the software works as well as it does suggests that the final version, which I expect will be available at retail later this year, should be a stellar performer. . . . If digging into the Bible is of interest, Logos is now your tool of choice."
Microsoft People-Ready Case Study
Logos Bible Software Improves Customer Service and Operational Workflow
"Working with Microsoft® Certified Partner Madrona Solutions Group, Logos boosted productivity and collaboration across its sales, marketing, and customer support organizations."
BusinessWeek: Beating the Postage Hike
A novel idea for cutting postage costs
"One entrepreneur determined to save on this seemingly fixed expense buys at a 10% discount old but unused postage stamps..."
Entrepreneur Daily: Beat the Postage Increase
"One small business came up with another way to beat the increase..."
Bellingham Business Journal
2007 Readers Choice Award Winners
"Congrats to the folks at Logos!"
St. Petersburg Times
Software helps bring Bible study into the electronic age
"Today's young people don't view study as paper. They view study as electronic."
High-tech Teaching Tools
"Logos Bible Software from Libronix was essential for searching out the themes of spiritual warfare, good vs. evil, and even references to lions."
San Jose Mercury News Covers Techvangelism '06
Faith is only a mouse click away
"Scott Lindsey, ministry relations director for Logos Bible Software in Bellingham, Wash., will talk Saturday about new software from his company that will assist with reading the Old and New Testaments in their original classical Hebrew and Greek."
Last Night I Had a Dream
"Inside was the most amazing thing I had ever seen. The trailer was a mobile Bible research library."
Boston Globe: Higher power point presentation
Technology and religion merge to facilitate spiritual growth
"The best feedback I get is when pastors tell me, 'I'm preaching better messages and I'm spending one-third the time in preparation.'"
Northwest Business Monthly
New technology meets ancient scripture
“There is a lot of great technology and ideas, but you build around the customer not the technology...”
Electronic Bible courseware to be used to certify teachers, administrators
"AM Bible Courseware has been approved by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) to provide continuing education and certification for its 45,000-plus teachers and administrators."
Logos to offer Bible for Mac
"Logos says it will have a Mac version available by the end of the year. Most of the 4,000 or so electronic book titles in the firm's library will carry over to the Mac format."
The Christian Post
Logos Bible Software to Release for Macs
“Literally thousands of digital titles never before available on the Mac will be available the day we ship Logos Bible Software for the Mac.”
Local firm takes Bible into the digital age
"For Logos, that means going beyond the basic biblical text to offer customers every scholarly work on the Bible that is in existence."
C.S. Lewis Institute - Resources for Discipleship
"We believe Bible study should be at the heart of the Christian life, and we view technology as an aid to deeper and more frequent study. By eliminating some of the barriers and slow-downs to study, we hope to encourage more people to dig into Scripture and discover God’s enduring truths."
Moody Bible Institute and Logos Bible Software complete new electronic courseware
"Moody Distance Learning Center and Logos Bible Software have completed their joint project: electronic Moody courses powered by Libronix technology."
A New Road to Biblical Literacy
"...Libronix Digital Library System from Logos Research Systems...cut hundreds of hours from my prep time."
WEA Theological News
Publishers Digitize Scholarly Reference Works
Bible Software in the Mainstream
"Give the Christian education leaders in your church new tools to study the Bible in depth, then step back and see what happens."
Logos Launches Spanish Software
"Logos Research Systems has released Biblioteca de Estudio Bíblico, a comprehensive Spanish-language Bible software program."
Syllabus IT Trends
Discounts Offered on Bible Reference Engine for Scholars
"Logos Research Systems Inc., publisher of high-end Bible reference software, is offering discounts on its new Logos Bible Software Series X - Scholar's Library for qualified groups of students and faculty at religion departments, seminaries, and Bible colleges."
Internet for Christians
Biblioteca De Estudio Bíblico - Logos Software Bíblico Serie X
Logos Research Systems, la compañía detrás de la Biblioteca Electrónica Caribe, CompuBiblia, y la Biblioteca Bíblica Electrónica de LBLA recién halanzado su propia colección en español con la tecnología más nueva y la más grande colección de libros.
The Link - The Nation's Homeschool Newspaper
Passionate Bible Study?
"For class assignments, personal study and daily devotions, nothing compares with Christian Home Library. Best of all, it’s a great way to get your family excited about Bible study!"
Whatcom County Business Pulse
Logos Research Finds Room to Grow in Bellingham
"The success of their products led them to outgrow their headquarters in Oak Harbor."
"We focus on a quality product and customer service. We do things the right way, investing more in technology and putting more resources into development."
Church Around the World
Missionaries Get Digital
"Missionaries and pastors alike are using innovative new technologies such as Logos Bible Software, which scours hundreds of books in just seconds, providing faster and more complete search results than hunting through paper books for relevant information."
Logos Reports 50% Sales Increase
"No small feat in a downturned economy, Logos Research Systems reported a 50% increase in Bible software sales for the year 2002."
National Liberty Journal
Evangelical Students Flunk Bible Literacy
"Adults and children are spending more time in front of their computers...It’s only natural that the computer should become a place of Bible research and meditation."
Eating from the Smorgasbord
"What Gutenberg's printing press was to the popularization of Bible reading, the personal computer is to the spread of Bible reference works and advanced tools. Now ordinary people can do research with the same books and tools used by seminary-trained professionals."
Software Products Bring Top Dollar
"Logos Research Systems and ReSound Media are working together to bring video demonstrations of new Logos Bible Software to consumers though the ReSound Music Listening Centers in Christian retail stores across the country."
Tools of the Trade: Software Just Keeps Getting Better
"Powerful and easy-to-use professional-level programs search hundreds and even thousands of books in seconds."
Missionaries Conquer Ancient Foes With Cutting-Edge Technology
"With today's small laptops, missionaries bring hundreds or thousands of reference works to far-flung places using only their carry-on luggage. They don't have to pay high airfreight charges, the books don't get moldy or wet or stolen in transit and can be easily transported once on the ground."
CBA Marketplace Enews
Logos Sales Soar
"Logos Research Systems announced sales have nearly doubled in one year. For the first half of 2002, its Bible-software sales were up 93% over the same period in 2001. Revenue increases were spread across all Logos sales channels, including direct, wholesale, conference, and academic sales."
Christian E-Tailing Newsletter
ReSound Music Listening Centers to promote Bible software
"Logos Research Systems and ReSound Media are partnering to bring a video demonstration of the brand new Logos Bible Software Series X to more than 720 ReSound Music Listening Centers in Christian retail stores across the country."
CBA Marketplace Enews
Logos Lights Up St. Louis
"Logos Bible Software presented its 'Series X' Bible-study software to about 17,000 spectators at the recent National Baptist Congress of Christian Education in St. Louis."
Christian software company among city's top tech firms
"They've been able to grow and invest in coming here after all the dot-com stuff because theirs is not a speculation type of business..."
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